Thomas Lawson Windham Edit Profile
Bachelor, New Mexico Highlands University, 1965. Master of Science, New Mexico Highlands University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, University Colorado, Boulder, 1975.
Psychologist I, City and County of Denver, 1967-1969;
psychologist II, City and County of Denver, 1970-1972;
teaching associate, U. Colorado, Boulder, 1971-1973;
psychologist III, team leader, City and County of Denver, 1972-1974;
executive director, Park East Mental Health Center, Denver, 1974-1981;
associate professor, Metro State College, Denver, 1977;
psychologist, private practice, Boulder, 1981-1988;
director clinical services, Alternative Homes for Youth, Golden, Colorado, 1986-1988;
director pupil services, Boulder Valley Public Schools, since 1988. Adjunct instructor Regis U., Denver, since 1992, Metropolitan State College, Denver, 1995. Instructor Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, 1967-1969.
Consultant Western Interstate Commission Higher Education, Boulder, 1974-1977, member graduate school advising committee since 1988.
Board directors Young Men’s Christian Association, Boulder, 1992, Boulder Valley Public Schools, 1983-1987, past president. Member American Psychological Association, Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Black Child Development Institute, Colorado Association Supervision and Curriculum Development, Society Descriptive Psychology, Tau Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Rho.
Married Paula Yolanda Madrid, August 27, 1966. Children: Carlos Kareem, Khadija Pilar, Yusef Zaid.